i have conetinal ptosis in my right eye so that my eyes are not symmetrical and make me feel inferior and reduce my vision a little when looking to the right. What I want to ask is if, for example, you were operating in an eye hospital or a plastic surgery hospital. Any suggestions?
Ptosis is a condition of drooping eyelids. The condition of ptosis can be aesthetically disruptive and if it is very downward it can obstruct the visual field. Ptosis can occur from birth, or can be acquired. Some of the causes of ptosis include misatenia gravis, neurological disorders that supply the eyelids, chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia, and horner syndrome.
Treatment of ptosis is by surgery, but if an underlying disease is found it is necessary to provide treatment for the disease first and then continue with surgery if necessary.
For ptosis examination and surgery, you can consult an ophthalmologist who specializes in oculoplasty and eye reconstruction (SpM (K)). You can visit an eye hospital or a large hospital.
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dr. Devika Y